The top 10 video editing tips and tricks for a good video are-
Added by neerda braroo on December 10, 2018 at 12:33am — No Comments
I'm still haven't came to which one i want to work with yet. Like to get you guys input.
It's my first time posting here, would like this opportunity to share with you, our youtube channel (me and my son) about stop motion videos. I was always passionate with animation, videos and even more for Stop Motion Videos.
The material we use for now, since we are starting is a old smartphone and free stop motion software, our goal is to expand the channel (have more views and subscribers), understand better on how to create high quality stop motion…Continue
Added by Jorgim on November 27, 2018 at 3:30am — No Comments
One of the biggest fear is to building or renovating your home whether you are right or not? You have to test your home before you wanted to build or renovate. The visualizing architecture can help to test the home building.
Really, is it possible!
Added by Dean Roars on October 3, 2018 at 12:06am — No Comments
I'm a new middle art teacher trying to prove my case of what a student would learn during the creative processes of animating a film short. Animation gurus out there, do you have any animating experiences you could please share to add to my case? - Thank you so much!
Added by Ed Riccardi on July 8, 2018 at 7:45am — No Comments
I am a teacher looking to purchase some affordable animation software for my school. Presently we have an old school digital video lunch box that is hooked up to a picture tube television and a VCR. Students do their animation and then video the television screen it is done in order to transfer to a computer to edit and add other effects to it. Besides the obvious problems with this, the video lunch box only holds 255 shots!
Looking for recommendations of affordable…Continue
Added by jormaxima on June 6, 2018 at 9:30pm — No Comments
I like video in the style of Stop Motion. And I love to sculpt. This is a new challenge for me - 15 new art styles.
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Here are parts of the progress of the beach set for my stop-motion senior project. After finishing the puppet, I started making the set with a block of soft foam from a mattress pad, cut to be about 2 feet wide and 3 feet long. I ripped out chunks of foam to…Continue
Added by Sav Robinson on February 12, 2018 at 11:00pm — No Comments
Taking short film to the masses and blogging about short film around the world, The Festival also provides workshops, networking sessions and making awards with cash prizes for Best Film, & Best Animation & Best Scottish Short!
This year, we're also excited to be programming films for our 2018 partners:
Mecal - the Barcelona International Short Film Festival
The Sardinia Film Festival
Fastnet Film Festival
Firenze FilmCorti (Florence)
Max Length 25…Continue
Added by Paul Bruce on January 27, 2018 at 2:36pm — No Comments
Artists use lines and shapes differently to obtain the desired physical appearance and composition. The final effect of lines and shapes is intended to portray the intended message by the artist (Mirzoeff 53). In the Mystery Cult of Bacchus and Funerary Vessel of the Dipylon cemetery, it can be observed that the respective artists use shapes and lines to pass out different messages. In the…Continue
Added by Cara Clare on November 20, 2017 at 1:45am — No Comments
ContinueMy stopmotion short "Les Sopranos (une parodie)/The Sopranos (a parody)"was DECLINED I told myself to not get overly invested in its importance but it did hit my gut hard. I sure could have used a feather in my dilapidated cap…
i have been wondering this for quite a long time,is the absolutely necessary to follow rule of thirds while shooting a stopmotion animation film?i ahve noticed,the scenerio does look good when i follow the rule but sometimes its really hard to get the right camera angle which is following the rule of thirds..please suggest me what should i do..! here is a link of my work
i would love to hear your views about my work..please do point me out the mistakes which i made…Continue
Using thread, I suspended a helicopter bearing plate from a broom over my set. I did not have a good way to adjust the length of the thread, so I used several layers of thick cloth (socks) on one side of the broom to allow the plate to descend toward the stage.
Using Dragonframe's increments on a bezier curve, I got the plate to do some vaguely reasonable side to side motion as it came down.
Special thanks to my…Continue
Added by Rob Nugen on August 11, 2017 at 5:00pm — No Comments
I just came to the most technically difficult part of my movie: flying a helicopter into the scene. I have an idea for how to rig it up with thread to simulate flight, but I want to add an effect of motion blur on the blades of my helicopter.
It seems Dragonframe cannot do this, but the effect can be simulated by merging some images in post processing. Here's a suggestion for how to handle the images in Dragonframe:…Continue
Added by Rob Nugen on August 10, 2017 at 1:25pm — No Comments
We did celebrate Premiere at the Berlinale 2015 and was awarded several times:
Illuminated Film Festival 2015, Sedona, Arizona, USA
Melhor curta-metragem Internacional Festival de Belo Horizonte 2015, Brazil.
Stop-Motion Montreal-Canada 2015
Healthy Workplaces Award
58th International Leipzig Festival for Documentary and Animated Film 2015, Germany
Added by Animas Film on June 7, 2017 at 5:00am — No Comments